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Split Rock Lighthouse At Sunset 1

Uploaded by: Lauren517

Sunday August 19, 2012

Two Harbors, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: We are in our 5th wheel trailer rv; 1900+ miles from home on the North Shore of Lake Superior. I have always wanted to get this picture at sunset.

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August 19, 2012 Photo Series

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7. minnesotamom
4:15 AM GMT on April 15, 2013
Hey, you were up in my neck of the woods! This is only about 70 miles as the crow flies! :-)
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6. Biskitten
6:29 PM GMT on August 25, 2012
Fantastic shot!
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5. got2dogs
3:52 PM GMT on August 25, 2012
Beautiful!!!
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4. canuckjune
1:37 PM GMT on August 25, 2012
I too have good memories of this as I was in that lighthouse many many years ago and it does still look great. We used to go to Duluth on long weekends and of course this is on the way. Thanks for the memory..Arlene
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3. gardner48197
4:28 AM GMT on August 25, 2012
Love the view, just gotta love the Great Lakes!!
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2. catilac
3:11 AM GMT on August 25, 2012
Beautiful!!
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1. ChrisAnthemum
2:14 AM GMT on August 25, 2012
Good to see this place again! My family vacationed many times in this area when we lived in the Twin Cities. Haven't been back in 20+ years; glad to see it looks much the same as it did then. Nice series; thanks for the memories!
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Lauren517

I took early retirement (age 55) from a corporate sales / marketing career in 1995. My wife (now 51 years of marital bliss!), Barbara, and I then built our dream home in Estes Park, CO only to realize we could not live at 8,000' as a base elevation (though we hiked regularly at 10-12,000' and up to 14,000'). So in the spring of 2003 we sold it and built a home at Quail Creek at 3000' in Sahuarita, AZ - just south of Tucson; near the Santa Rita Mountains. Due to a hiking fall in 2008, and subsequent re-constructive shoulder surgery, the "no more golf" mandate brought me back to my photography. God works in mysterious ways!I use PhotoShop minimally; enhance but not create as I say. Want people to see what I saw as I pretty much saw it. I have been blessed to have been asked to do one person gallery exhibits and am frequently published in magazines and newspapers.Although I sell my images, the real reward is the joy I am told I bring to others with my efforts. My motto is, "Shoot The Shot The Others Did Not!"

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